Calendar

Brandon Sits- Community Meditation

12:30 p.m.
A weekly meditation circle – no experience is necessary. At the Brandon Public Library.

SEUSSICAL
1 p.m.
A musical based on the works of Dr. Seuss at Weston Playhouse. 705 Main St. in Weston.

Vermont Farmers’ Market (Rutland)
3 p.m.
The Vermont Farmers Market and The Rutland County Farmer’s Market combine forces at Depot Park, in the heart of downtown Rutland.

Kim Wilcox and Guest
5 p.m.
Performing live at The Public House, 5813 Woodstock Rd in Quechee.

George Nostrand
5 p.m.
Performing live at Roots Restaurant in Rutland.

Music at the Riverbend series opening night
7 p.m.
Mad Mountain Scramblers kicks off the Music at the Riverbend concert series with legendary bluegrass at the Brandon Pavilion. Learn more at facebook.com/madmountainscramblers.

4-play
7 p.m.
Classic rock in the Bethel bandshell.

Hit the Trails Fun Run/Walk
6 p.m.
A FREE, family-friendly activity that takes place on the beautiful cross-country trails at the Hartford high school campus. Low key, relaxed environment, stay active or start training for a 5k event.  Pre-register at hartfordrec.com or drop-in any Wednesday throughout the summer.

Summer Concert Series in the Park
6:30 p.m.
Join Hartford Parks & Recreation for a free concert at Lyman Point Park featuring the Flames.

Great Decisions Foreign Policy Discussion
10 a.m.
Discuss foreign policy with Mike Van Dussen, Ann Van Dussen and Elizabeth Shackleford, hosted by the Rochester Library. Please contact the library at rochesterpubliclibraryVT@gmail.com or 802-767-3927 to register

Duane Carleton
4 p.m.
Performing live at Moguls Sports Pub. 2360 Killington Rd. in Killington.

Team Trivia
6 p.m.
Test your knowledge at The Public House, 5813 Woodstock Rd in Quechee.

Jim Yeager
6 p.m.
Summer Music Series presents local musician Jim Yeager every Thursday rain or shine at the Barnard Inn and Tavern. No Cover – Donations appreciated

Aaron Audet
6 p.m.
Performing at the Lakehouse in Bomoseen.

Feast & Field Concert Series
6 p.m.
Beth Telford and Will Wright at the Fable Farm Fermentory

Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular
7 p.m. Devil’s Bowl Speedway hosts a night of racing, culminating with a Fireworks display. Drive-in seating available, visit devilsbowlspeedwayvt.com for tickets at info.

Sidewalk Sale Days
9 a.m.
Enjoy food specials, music by Jim Yeager, shopping, and more in Woodstock.

Brandon Farmer’s Market
9 a.m.
Shop local, fresh goods at Central Park on Conant Square in the middle of downtown Brandon.

Movies on the big screen
1:30 p.m.
Bring a friend and enjoy a free movie screening on the big screen upstairs at the Brandon Library. Call the Library for titles. Popcorn provided!

Grocery Giveaway
3 p.m.
Those in need can pick up everything they need for a 4th of July BBQ at the Castleton Lodge in Killington.

Red, White & Blueberry Shortcake Weekend
3 p.m.
Come join for berries, shortcake, whipped cream! Lots of outdoor seating for social distancing requirements at Wildwood Berry farm in East Dorset. Continues July 4-5 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 2977 Mad Tom Rd. in East Dorset.

Friday Night Curbside Cookout
4 p.m.
Brownsville Butcher & Pantry will be cooking up food, with live music from 4-8 p.m.

Sammy B
4 p.m.
Performing live at Outer Limits Brewing in Proctorsville.

Live Music
5 p.m.
On the deck at Moguls Sports Pub. 2360 Killington Rd. in Killington.

Ted Mortimer and Friends
5 p.m.
Performing live at The Public House, 5813 Woodstock Rd in Quechee.

King Margo
6 p.m.
A welcome back to Killington show at Jax Food and Games.

Frank Chase
6 p.m.
Piano man performs at the Foundry, 63 Summit Path in Killington.

Jack Snyder
6 p.m.
Summer Music Series with Barnard’s own local musician Jack Snyder at Barnard Inn. No cover, donations appreciated.

Drive In: Grease
8:45 p.m.
Opening night at the Vermont State Fairgrounds drive-in movie theater, featuring Grease. This event is sold out.

Drive in: The Jungle Book (2016)
9:10 p.m.
Showing at the Bethel Drive-in. Rated PG.

Sidewalk Sale Days
9 a.m.
Enjoy food specials, music by Jim Yeager, shopping, and more in Woodstock.

Norwich Farmer’s Market
9 a.m.
Revamped for social distancing. Pre-ordering is encouraged but not required. More info is available on the web site explaining new procedures – norwichfarmersmarket.org

Vermont Farmers’ Market (Rutland)
9 a.m.
The Vermont Farmers Market and The Rutland County Farmer’s Market combine forces at Depot Park, in the heart of downtown Rutland

George Nostrand
10 a.m.
Performing at the Farmer’s Market in Rutland. Depot Park.

July 4th Picnic
12 p.m.
Woodstock Inn offers a tasty menu with both dine-in and take-out times, a cash bar, and family fun! $18 per adult, $10 per child (9 years & under) 12-3 p.m.: Dine-In Picnic on the Front Lawn, 3-4 p.m.: Take-Out Only. No reservations required.”

Calvin Coolidge Birthday celebration
1 p.m.
The Calvin Coolidge homestead will hold a small, private wreath-laying ceremony at the Plymouth Notch cemetery. The ceremony will include members of the Coolidge family, the Vermont National Guard, and representatives from the Coolidge Foundation and the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation. The usual procession from the Plymouth town green to the cemetery will not take place this year. The public is welcome to witness the wreath-laying ceremony from an adequate distance, and we certainly invite the public to come and pay their respects at the President’s grave throughout the day.

Decorated Boat Parade
1:30 p.m.
Annual 4th of July Lake Dunmore Decorated Boat Parade.  Meet at the entrance to North Cove. The parade will proceed south along the west shore to the south end and then return via the east shore.

4th of July at the Clear
4 p.m.
Visit the Clear River Inn and Tavern for delicious BBQ specials, ample outdoor seating, a full bar, live music from the OldBoys String Band from 6-9 p.m. and a fireworks display around 9:30 p.m. $5 cover to get in, facemasks required for entry.

Fourth of July party
4 p.m. Neal’s Restaurant & Bar is serving up famous barbecue and comfort food, with live music from Jim Yeager and Sammy B. Reservations are highly recommended for this outdoor event. Call (802) 226-7251. 2588 State Route 103 in Proctorsville.

Live Music
5 p.m.
On the deck at Moguls Sports Pub. 2360 Killington Rd. in Killington.

Sammy B
5 p.m.
Performing live at Main and Mountain, 112 Main St. in Ludlow.

Island High on 4th of July
5 p.m.
Get ready to dance and enjoy the property with DJ Sean Livemixkings at the Barnard Inn. No cover – donations appreciated.

King Margo
5 p.m.
A welcome back to Killington show at Jax food and games.

Frank Chase
6 p.m.
Piano man performs at the Foundry, 63 Summit Path in Killington.

Killington 4th of July Fireworks
8 p.m.
Celebrate the 4th with a drive-in style fireworks display, viewable from the Snowshed parking lot. This event is free and open to the public. Parking lots open at 8 p.m., with fireworks beginning at dusk. For the event to remain physically distant, tailgating and outdoor games will not be permitted.

Drive in: The Jungle Book (2016)
9:10 p.m.
Showing at the Bethel Drive-in. Rated PG.

Fireworks Over Rutland
9:45 p.m.
Look to the sky over The Vermont State Fairgrounds on the evening of Saturday, July 4. The Vermont State Fairgrounds will remain closed to parking, so watch this fireworks spectacular from a vantage point of your choosing.

DJ Mega at Center Street Alley
10 p.m.
Dj Mega live at Center Street Alley in Rutland. Every Saturday Night spinning the latest in top 40, pop, hip hop and more. 21+ – ID is a must.

Jim Yeager
12 p.m.
Performing live at Mon Vert Cafe. 28 Central St. in Woodstock.

Bluegrass Picnic at Blueberry Hill
4 p.m.
Blueberry Hill and Bloodroot Gap join together for an evening of great music and food. Reservations are required. Open to 30 diners only. Bring your own favorite Vermont beverage, a picnic blanket, and a designated driver; Blueberry Hill is BYOB. 1245 Goshen Ripton Road in Goshen.

Duane Carleton
4 p.m.
Performing live at Moguls Sports Pub. 2360 Killington Rd. in Killington.

Kevin Atkinson
5 p.m.
Performing live at The Public House, 5813 Woodstock Rd in Quechee.

Concert with Clay Canfield
6:30 p.m.
Performing in the town park in Rochester.

Drive in: The Jungle Book (2016)
9:10 p.m.
Showing at the Bethel Drive-in. Rated PG.

Sammy B
4 p.m.
Performing live at Neal’s Restaurant. 2588 VT-103 in Proctorsville.

Jim Yeager and friends
5 p.m.
Performing live at The Public House, 5813 Woodstock Rd in Quechee.

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